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Thumbplay is the first music subscription service to be available on the top three phone platforms in the U.S.: the iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android.
The price of $10 a month and an excellent autoplaylist feature could make Thumbplay a contender, as long as they work out the bugs.
Pablo Calamera is joining the cloud-based music service as its chief technology officer, a newly created position.
Song and ringtone e-store, Thumbplay, announces a new music app for Windows and Mac, and apps for BlackBerry. iPhone and Android apps are coming soon.
In my last post for the CNET Blog Network, I look back over some of my favorite products and services of the last three-plus years.
The long-awaited Grooveshark app for iPhone gives you unlimited on-demand music for only three bucks a month--less than one-third the price of the competition.
Mobile-entertainment content site turns on MP3 store with more than 1.5 million songs from major labels
Strengths include catalog depth and the radio feature, but you can't skip around within songs and there's no way to add a song to the now-playing list.
The last few months have seen an explosion of services that let you play songs on-demand on your mobile phone. Here's a rundown.
The latest iPhone update, iOS 4.0, lets you create playlists on the phone and offers a more attractive album display. But it's still no Zune HD.